(PRWEB) October 19, 2013
Byron Bay, NSW: This week Fusion® Health launched Hair, Skin & Nails, a formula developed to promote healthy hair growth and to condition skin and nails. This supplement combines a high dose of silica and the herbal extract Phytofol® with essential vitamins and minerals.
In announcing the launch of Fusion® Health Hair, Skin & Nails formula in Australia, Fusion® Health Technical Director Paul Keogh referred to the company's unique insight into the three phases in the hair growth cycle. Hair growth is promoted by increasing the numbers of normal, healthy hair follicles in the anagen (growing) phase of the hair growth cycle.
For this reason the new Fusion® Health Hair, Skin & Nails as well as the very successful Fusion® Hair Tonic are formulated with Phytofol® - a proprietary extract of an ancient Chinese herb (Fallopia multiflora) traditionally taken to nourish Liver Blood and replenish Kidney Essence (Jing), which regenerates and nourishes the hair follicle, promoting a normal hair growth cycle.
Fusion® Health recommends that the new formula be taken with Fusion® Health Hair Tonic to enhance its clinical effects. The recommended dosage for Fusion® Hair, Skin & Nails is 1 tablet daily for adults or half tablet daily for children 6 - 12 years.
Together, these two products promote healthy hair growth and condition including strength, volume, colour and lustre.
The Fusion® Hair, Skin & Nails formula is now available in health food stores throughout Australia.
For further information on the hair growth cycle, alopecia, hair loss or how the Fusion® Health hair growth formulas combine for enhanced clinical effects, visit http://www.fusionhealth.com.au.
About Fusion Health:
Fusion® Health's herbal medicines are manufactured in Sydney, Australia, to natural pharmaceutical standards in accordance with the latest guidelines from the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). Fusion Health products are tested at every stage of manufacture to guarantee all finished medicines accurately represent the label's list of ingredients.